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Olympics: : World record holder Japan advanced to the women’s pursuit speed skating final at the Pyeongchang Winter Games on Wednesday, securing at least a silver medal in the process.

Miho Takagi, her elder sister Nana Takagi and Ayaka Kikuchi clocked 2 minutes, 58.94 seconds in their semifinal race alongside Canada at Gangneung Oval.

Japan, which had the fastest time of the semis, will race against the Netherlands in the final later Wednesday. The Netherlands clocked a time of 3:00.41 in its race against the United States (3:07.28). Canada (3:01.84) faces the U.S. in the bronze medal race. Read more

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Olympics: : World record holder Japan advanced to the women’s pursuit speed skating final at the Pyeongchang Winter Games on Wednesday, securing at least a silver medal in the process.

Miho Takagi, her elder sister Nana Takagi and Ayaka Kikuchi clocked 2 minutes, 58.94 seconds in their semifinal race alongside Canada at Gangneung Oval.

Japan, which had the fastest time of the semis, will race against the Netherlands in the final later Wednesday. The Netherlands clocked a time of 3:00.41 in its race against the United States (3:07.28). Canada (3:01.84) faces the U.S. in the bronze medal race. 

Olympics: : World record holder Japan advanced to the women’s pursuit speed skating final at the Pyeongchang Winter Games on Wednesday, securing at least a silver medal in the process.

Miho Takagi, her elder sister Nana Takagi and Ayaka Kikuchi clocked 2 minutes, 58.94 seconds in their semifinal race alongside Canada at Gangneung Oval.

Japan, which had the fastest time of the semis, will race against the Netherlands in the final later Wednesday. The Netherlands clocked a time of 3:00.41 in its race against the United States (3:07.28). Canada (3:01.84) faces the U.S. in the bronze medal race. 

Olympics: : World record holder Japan advanced to the women’s pursuit speed skating final at the Pyeongchang Winter Games on Wednesday, securing at least a silver medal in the process.

Miho Takagi, her elder sister Nana Takagi and Ayaka Kikuchi clocked 2 minutes, 58.94 seconds in their semifinal race alongside Canada at Gangneung Oval.

Japan, which had the fastest time of the semis, will race against the Netherlands in the final later Wednesday. The Netherlands clocked a time of 3:00.41 in its race against the United States (3:07.28). Canada (3:01.84) faces the U.S. in the bronze medal race.